Unknown Device “ACPI ENE0100″ download Windows 7 driver (HP)

Question from Charley C.

Hello, I have a HP Pavilion dv6 with Windows 7. I really like the laptop but I have the following annoying unknown device listed in device manager:
ACPI\ENE0100  *ENE0100 Can you help me find the right driver? Many thanks in advance.

Answer.  The ACPI\ENE0100 is generally the “ENE CIR Receiver”, you can download the driver here:

Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit: HP download link page or local mirror
Vista: HP download link page or local mirror
Also, could you rate on a scale of 1 to 5 how helpful this driver was to you?

UPDATE: 2012.02.01

Follow-up Q. from Charley C.

Thanks a million! That driver worked and now I am all set. One question though… what the heck is a CIR Receiver? And rate 4.5 out of 5 very good rating :-) [starreview tpl=16]

Follow-up Answer. Glad the driver worked and solver your problem! CIR stands for “consumer infrared receiver” and I believe ENE is the manufacturer of the chip used in the receiver. Thank you for your rating!

More info:

Driver should also work for HP Pavilion dv1030us and probably the dv61230us.

HP DV6 Amazon product page listing as displayed by the Android browser

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